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I have 1 pound of ground lean wild pork thawed out and left over

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I have 1 pound of ground lean wild pork thawed out and left over from cooking last night's dinner. What should I make with it /ck/? I was thinking about lasagna or something but I'm open to other suggestions before I go to the store to buy ingredients. I will deliver photos of the results when finished.
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>>7099385
>being poor
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>>7099426
what?
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Meat sauce for pasta, meatballs or filling for dumplings
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>>7099512
I'm thinking about giving this lumpia recipe a try:
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/35151/filipino-lumpia/?internalSource=search%20result&referringContentType=search%20results

And making the wrappers from this recipe:
http://casaveneracion.com/how-to-make-crepe-like-lumpia-spring-roll-wrapper-2/

I've never made this before so it should be interesting....
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>>7099427
pork is poorman's meat. Why no beef?
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>>7099525
Good luck. I used to work with a lot of Filipinos and for holiday parties they'd bring in lumpia and if you're not careful you can find yourself eating dozens of them.
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>>7099530
Because it came from a feral pig that I shot and butchered myself? I hardly ever buy beef anymore because I always have so much venison, wild pork, and fish in my freezer from hunting and fishing.
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>>7099539
Yeah, we'll see how it turns out. The filling won't be too hard but I'm curious to see how the wrappers are going to turn out... I'm sure it'll be edible either way.
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>>7099530
why not both.
a 50/50 blend of pork and beef is better than both individually
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>>7099544
I've made spring rolls before (with premade wrappers) and rolling them correctly is pretty tough. I see there's a couple lumpia rolling tutorials on youtube. I'd give that a shot if you're not used to rolling them because seeing it visually makes it easier to comprehend than just written instructions
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>>7099574
Yeah, I'll definitely watch some before I start rolling, that'll probably be the 2nd most difficult part behind actually making the wrappers themselves.
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>>7099385
>wild pork
did you find it outside somewhere?
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>>7099680
Yeah, it's called hunting you liberal faggot.
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>>7099687
the only thing i'm liberal with is how many times I fuck your mom. enjoy your day, virgin.
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>>7099680
OP here, yeah I guess you say that I "found it outside". I live in Texas and there are several million wild, feral pigs that are destroying farmland and natural habitats all over this state. They are a non-native, invasive species and as such can be killed by any method at any time day or night, 365 days a year. I normally shoot and butcher at least 5 a year myself. My friend's parents have a 200 acre "ranch" back in my hometown in East Texas that I'm allowed to hunt on whenever I want and the place is completely overrun with wild hogs.
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>>7099727
>They are a non-native, invasive species and as such can be killed by any method at any time day or night

>hot, quiet night, laying in my hole hugging my m60
>suddenly BRIGHT BRIGHT parachute flares coming down
>dark shadows scurrying
>adrenaline surge
>HOGS IN THE WIRE WE"RE GETTING OVERRUN FIRE FIRE
>RATRATRATRATRATRATRAT #2 feeding belts to my machine gun as fast as he can, #3 on the bloop tube dropping 40 mm
>SQUEEESQUEEEESQUEE dark shadows running everywhere on the killing field, porcine screams of pain and fear
>RATRATRATRATRAT hot, acrid smoke burning my nose, bright muzzle flashes

'Murica
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>>7099785
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emu_War
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>>7099816
this is required reading for /k/ommandos
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>>7099785
I get to shoot guns and it provides me with all the free meat I could possibly want. Don't be jealous now.

The meat is also technically "organic" and doesn't have any hormones or antibiotics in it. It instills a great sense of pride to cook with meat that came from an animal that you personally killed and processed. Lots of people take their kills to a butcher or meat processing facility to have them process and package it but I personally feel like that takes away from the whole experience. It's also fairly expensive to have wild game processed which kinda defeats the purpose of 'free meat'.
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>>7099900
>Don't be jealous now
Please don't misunderstand , fellow Amerifriend. I was just having a bit of fun. I too shoot guns. I have a pretty healthy (unhealthy by socialist standards) collection of them myself. Mostly scary and black.
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>>7099900
How'd you learn to process meat?
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>>7099934
Don't worry, I had a hearty chuckle at your post as well. Where are you from anon?

>>7099955
My dad started taking me hunting at a young age and taught me how to process game when I was like 8 or 9 maybe? Since then it's just been repetition and practice. I can take a fresh kill, hang it up, skin it, quarter it, remove the backstraps, tenderloins, and neck meat, then gut it and remove the heart and have it all on ice with the guts and bones in a tub ready to be hauled off in about 45 mins by myself. I generally let it rest on ice in a cooler (adding more ice as needed and draining the water off a couple times a day) for around 3 days and then I'll process and package the meat. I save some big roasts from the back hams, package the tenderloins up whole, cut the backstrap into ~6" long pieces, and grind the rest of it. I used a hand grinder for most of my life and it gets the job done but my friend got an electric meat grinder and that sure does make life a lot easier when you have 40+ lbs of meat to grind at once from multiple kills.
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So I've got the filling made up. I used some 'broccoli slaw' that I had sitting in a bag in my fridge in place of the cabbage strips and carrots. It contained shredded red cabbage, broccoli, and carrots so I figured it's close enough. Damn this made a lot of filling...

The wok has been rinsed, reheated and wiped down with oil, all of my prep dishes are rinsed and in the dishwasher, and the filling is sitting in a bowl covered with plastic wrap. I'm gonna drink a beer and take a break before I start the long, arduous process of making the wrappers.
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>>7099997
In Washington state just north of Portland, Oregon
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>>7100038
I've been through there once, it's a really pretty area. The coastal rain forest up there is one of the coolest places I've ever been to.
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>>7099530
Why such a dick? Maybe one prefers the taste of pork over beef, perhaps one likes pork's leanness over pork.

The epitome of ASSumption. How pretentious of you faggot.
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Alright, 2 beers have been consumed and another is open. Time to start making some damn wrappers.
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As expected, making the wrappers has proven to be a formidable challenge. The very first attempt was a complete failure. The next few attempts also left much to be desired...
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I am improving as I go along, getting a feel for the technique and the temperature required. Beer count stands at 4 now.
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>>7100535
>>7100528
loving it OP

keep goin bud
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>>7100580
I'm glad you're enjoying it, making the wrappers is taking considerably longer than I anticipated so bear with me.
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I think I have the technique down now that I'm in the final stretch of making the wrappers. This is taking a VERY long time....
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put it in your ass
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I JUST finished cooking it all. I decided to go double duty at the end and make wrappers, roll lumpia, and fry batches all at once, things got a little hectic. I had one blowout (tried to roll too tight and ended up tearing the wrapper) and 3 or 4 of them tried to unroll on me while I was frying but overall they turned out great considering I had no idea what I was doing going into this.
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Money shot plated up.
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>>7101003
aweome job
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>>7101003
Looks great OP. Taste pretty good?
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Damn that looks so tasty good job op
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>>7101003
Not bad. Only took you 8 hours
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>>7101282
Thanks

>>7101316
Yeah, it tasted great, I ended up eating too much haha.

>>7101319
Thanks

>>7101336
Yeah, actual elapsed cooking time was probably closer to ~3-3.5 hours or so. It would've gone much, MUCH faster if I had 2 8"-10" non-stick skillets instead of just one for making the wrappers. I also could've used another person in the kitchen rolling the lumpia and frying them in batches while I was busy making the wrappers.
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>>7099385
Mix that with a pound of beef and make some chili or just make prok chili.
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